Definitions for "Homeopathic medicine"
The name is derived from the Greek word "homios" (which means "like") and the word "pathos" (meaning "suffering"). The central philosophy of homeopathy is that some poisonous substances can be beneficial if taken in very small doses.
a natural pharmaceutical science that uses various plants, minerals or animals in very small dose to stimulate the
An alternative approach to medicine based on the belief that natural substances, prepared in a special way and used most often in very small amounts, restore health. According to these beliefs, in order for a remedy to be effective, it must cause in a healthy person the same symptoms being treated in the patient. Also called homeopathy.